respiratory rate

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Synonyms for respiratory rate

the rate at which a person inhales and exhales

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Inactivating released ATP reduced resting breathing rates and the frequency of sighs under normal and low oxygen levels.
Citizens are also advised to avoid morning walk or any other strenuous outdoor activity that increases breathing rate, avoid smoking, avoid the areas with smoke or heavy dust, and minimize the use of deodorants and room sprays as much as possible.
Application of Brief Behaviour Technology for Reduction of Breathing Rate and its Effectiveness in Management of Complex Emotional Problems.
In their approach, motion sensors would recover heart and breathing rates of the users during stationary positions and activities such as listening on the phone.
Some of the early signs of GDV include a change in behaviour or restlessness, increased breathing rate or effort, excessive drooling, vomiting white froth or trying, unsuccessfully, to vomit.
It coaches your posture through a synced smartphone app and reminds you when to stand up and stretch, while also monitoring vital signs like your breathing rate and heartbeat so that it knows when you're stressed and can guide you through meditation exercises.
Both climbers later suggested that leakage problems and faster breathing rates explained the early exhaustion of the oxygen, but neither fits the facts, as neither leakage nor breathing rate would make any difference to the timeline of a free-flow system.
1] Studies have also shown that RSA and hence the HRV vary with the frequency and depth of breathing, increasing when the breathing rate is reduced voluntarily and reaching a maximum at 6 breaths/minute.
e signs of heatstroke include an increased breathing rate, drooling and collapse.
This leads to an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and breathing rate.
Let's first talk about vital signs and how to check your dog's pulse, temperature and breathing rate, as well as what's normal in each case.
He explained passive smoking exposes children to greater risk due to their smaller lungs, faster breathing rate and less developed immune system.
Summarizing the values of the functional parameters measured at rest, we can state that, unlike the values of heart rate and systolic and diastolic blood pressure, breathing rate and those of arterial O2 saturation are not appropriate.